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  1. #1

    what happened to Beckett's show calendar

    Up until today, I could google 'Beckett Show Calendar' and the first hit would link me to their show calendar. Seems like the fine folks over at Beckett decided to change their page around and now that goes to a bad link.

    Any ideas how I can see their show calendar?
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  2. #2
    I looked earlier today and I couldn't find it. They had a show calendar but it was completely blank for February and March.

  3. #3
    I quit using Beckett becaue their website is always extremely slow and information is difficult to locate.

  4. #4
    looks like it's working now. i don't really use it for anything besides the show calendar and that's only because as far as i know it's the only place to get that information.
    Trying to complete a Topps set run from 1955-present. Currently working on: '55, '56, '62, '63, '67.
    Check Hidden Content for want and trade lists.
    Check out Hidden Content to see my completed sets.

  5. #5
    I still can't see any shows posted on the calendar....or is it just me?

  6. #6
    That new calendar they have is worthless IMO. Go here to look at the old calendar:

    http://www.beckett.com/showcal/showcalsearch.aspx
    Trying to complete a Topps set run from 1955-present. Currently working on: '55, '56, '62, '63, '67.
    Check Hidden Content for want and trade lists.
    Check out Hidden Content to see my completed sets.

  7. #7
    I've never heard of this before, are these just local guys putting together a showcase of what they sell? what does the 50T and 30T mean in the listings?

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by Botchness View Post
    I've never heard of this before, are these just local guys putting together a showcase of what they sell? what does the 50T and 30T mean in the listings?
    Basically, yes. and the ##T stands for number of tables at the show.
    Trying to complete a Topps set run from 1955-present. Currently working on: '55, '56, '62, '63, '67.
    Check Hidden Content for want and trade lists.
    Check out Hidden Content to see my completed sets.

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